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  • Performance Auditing

    Performance Auditing consists of an independent examination of a program, function,
    operation or the management systems and procedures of a governmental or non-profit
    entity. This is to assess whether the entity is achieving economy, efficiency and effectiveness
    in the employment of available resources.
  • Financial Statement Audit

    An audit consists of performing a risk assessment (including an assessment of internal
    controls), tests of documentary evidence supporting the transactions recorded in the
    accounts, tests of the physical existence of assets, and direct confirmation of cash and
    receivables and certain other assets and liabilities by correspondence with selected
    customers, creditors, legal counsel and banks. Audited financial statements are presented in
    accordance with GAAP and include an auditor’s opinion as to the fairness of the financial
  • Compilation

    A compilation consists of the preparation of financial statements (usually in conformity with
    generally accepted accounting principles) based upon information provided by the client
    (typically bank statements, cancelled checks and other documentation).
  • Review

    A review consists of preparation of financial statements along with additional procedures
    such as inquiries of management and the use of analytical review.
  • Agreed Upon Procedures

    Agreed upon procedures consist of tests of transactions and/or test of elements or accounts
    associated with financial statements that are agreed to in advance between the auditor and
    the organization. The procedures performed are specifically tailored to address the needs
    and/or concerns of the organization.
  • Compliance Audit

    Compliance Audit consists of a program-specific audit of an organization’s adherence with
    applicable compliance requirements.


  • Fraud Investigation

    Fraud Investigation consists of examining unusual financial activity, performing electronic
    evidence discovery and reviewing financial reports.
  • Forensic Auditing

    Forensic auditing consists of examination and evaluation of an organization’s financial
    information for use as evidence in court. The evidence is presented to uncover or disprove
    the fraud and determine the amount of the damages suffered.